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Where to get great Stollen in Toronto or North of the GTA

Sitting here with my Sunday morning coffee I have been hit with a sudden craving for stollen. I am struck by the thought that there must be some German bakeries that are making a product far superior to the cello wrapped options at the grocery store. Any suggestions?

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  1. Loblaws North York Centre has Dimpflmeier Bakery Stollen. 2 flavours. One in cello and one in box.
    Longos has Kuchen Meister Stollen. 2 flavours again. Both in cello. Product of Germany.
    I am wondering the same thing whether to get it from grocery store or from a bakery.

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    1. re: smfan

      I think Dimpfelmier is located in Toronto. In Richmond Va it is available only at the commissary. My favorite.

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      1. If you don't mind driving to Peterborough, Strickling's version is made with butter. Here's their website: http://www.sticklingsbakery.com/produ...

        And here are the retailers where it's sold: sticklingsbakery.com/where-to-buy/ontario/toronto-area/

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        1. re: pearl3

          I saw stickling stollen at Highland Farms Ellesmere/Kennedy.

        2. Dimp's has always done it for me:

          http://www.dimpflmeierbakery.com/

          Go to their factory store off Kipling: hyper-freshness, good prices, and far better selection than supermarket stock.

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          1. re: Kagemusha

            Yes, +1 more for Dimpflmeier's. Was there a few days ago. They had lots of different types. (E.g. marzipan; rum; Advent...) Although if Scarborough is more convenient do try Montmartre. Their products are very good and also reasonably priced. But I haven't had their stollen, so can't vouch specifically for it.

          2. Montmartre Bakery apparently has stollen, though I haven't tried their version:

            http://www.yelp.ca/biz/montmartre-bak...